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Over the years this gruop has been so many things but most of all it has
been a place to meet new people and to expand our knowledge. Ian and
Andrew our Father figures, Dale and Mark our earnest and excited
brothers, Joe, may he rest in peace, our wacky uncle with his tales of
wondrous things and 2000 year old wine merchants. There are others I am
sure, but time is too short to mention: Santiago, Emery, Bi!!, so many I
raise a glass to each and every one to those who I have forgotten, and
those I have never really known and say Merry/Happy Christmas now and
more to come. May we all dare to buy a first growth Bdx and we may live
to enjoy the tasting notes.
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On Sunday, December 22, 2013 10:07:42 PM UTC-5, Joseph Coulter wrote:
Over the years this gruop has been so many things but most of all it has

been a place to meet new people and to expand our knowledge. Ian and

Andrew our Father figures, Dale and Mark our earnest and excited

brothers, Joe, may he rest in peace, our wacky uncle with his tales of

wondrous things and 2000 year old wine merchants. There are others I am

sure, but time is too short to mention: Santiago, Emery, Bi!!, so many I

raise a glass to each and every one to those who I have forgotten, and

those I have never really known and say Merry/Happy Christmas now and

more to come. May we all dare to buy a first growth Bdx and we may live

to enjoy the tasting notes.

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Merry Christmas and enjoy!
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On Sun, 22 Dec 2013 22:07:42 -0500, Joseph Coulter wrote:

Over the years this gruop has been so many things but most of all it has
been a place to meet new people and to expand our knowledge. Ian and
Andrew our Father figures, Dale and Mark our earnest and excited
brothers, Joe, may he rest in peace, our wacky uncle with his tales of
wondrous things and 2000 year old wine merchants. There are others I am
sure, but time is too short to mention: Santiago, Emery, Bi!!, so many I
raise a glass to each and every one to those who I have forgotten, and
those I have never really known and say Merry/Happy Christmas now and
more to come. May we all dare to buy a first growth Bdx and we may live
to enjoy the tasting notes.


Happy holidays to you too, Joe, and to all afw. May your Rhones be tarry
and your Rieslings zingy!

(At first I read: "buy first growth Bdx", then saw the essential
qualifying article. I sure don't buy 1st growth in the plural!)

cheers,

-E

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On 12/23/2013 1:16 PM, Emery Davis` wrote:
Happy holidays to you too, Joe, and to all afw. May your Rhones be tarry
and your Rieslings zingy!

and may all your chateauneuf be white!

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On 23.12.2013 04:07, Joseph Coulter wrote:
Over the years this gruop has been so many things but most of all it has
been a place to meet new people and to expand our knowledge. Ian and
Andrew our Father figures, Dale and Mark our earnest and excited
brothers, Joe, may he rest in peace, our wacky uncle with his tales of
wondrous things and 2000 year old wine merchants. There are others I am
sure, but time is too short to mention: Santiago, Emery, Bi!!, so many I
raise a glass to each and every one to those who I have forgotten, and
those I have never really known and say Merry/Happy Christmas now and
more to come. May we all dare to buy a first growth Bdx and we may live
to enjoy the tasting notes.


New here, but gladly absorbing knowledge and generally enjoying myself.
Santé!

Charley

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Merry Christmas to all, and let's hope that all of us afw regulars have a
great personal harvest in 2014.

s.
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In message , Charles Milton Ling
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On 23.12.2013 04:07, Joseph Coulter wrote:
Over the years this gruop has been so many things but most of all it has
been a place to meet new people and to expand our knowledge. Ian and
Andrew our Father figures, Dale and Mark our earnest and excited
brothers, Joe, may he rest in peace, our wacky uncle with his tales of
wondrous things and 2000 year old wine merchants. There are others I am
sure, but time is too short to mention: Santiago, Emery, Bi!!, so many I
raise a glass to each and every one to those who I have forgotten, and
those I have never really known and say Merry/Happy Christmas now and
more to come. May we all dare to buy a first growth Bdx and we may live
to enjoy the tasting notes.


New here, but gladly absorbing knowledge and generally enjoying myself.
Santé!

Charley

Charley speaks for many of us in thanking the regulars.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all,
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On Mon, 23 Dec 2013 16:21:21 -0500, Joseph Coulter wrote:

On 12/23/2013 1:16 PM, Emery Davis` wrote:
Happy holidays to you too, Joe, and to all afw. May your Rhones be
tarry and your Rieslings zingy!

and may all your chateauneuf be white!


Hey, I like white Chateauneuf, but that sounds close to a curse!



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